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Tom Blue Wolf

“—The forces of all creation are dynamically woven into a harmonious whole.”

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Earthkeepers is a global network that seeks to promote peace and sustainability by bridging religious and cultural differences and working together for the betterment of communities and the world. One of the key areas of focus for Earthkeepers is promoting environmental action in everyday life. This is because the choices we make on a daily basis, such as the food we eat, the goods we consume, and the energy we use, all have a significant impact on the planet. Earthkeepers aims to educate individuals on lifestyle changes that support personal growth and a reconnection to sustainable values that reflect a healthy relationship with the rhythms and balance of the natural world. By doing so, Earthkeepers encourages individuals to play an active role in making a positive impact on the environment and the world around us.


As EarthKeepers One Tribe Trading Company, we are committed to preserving wildlife and natural habitats, ensuring clean air and water for all, and advocating for environmental justice. By supporting our efforts, you are promoting a sustainable and harmonious relationship between humanity and the planet. Our mission is to uphold environmental integrity, deep ecology, community relations, tribal values, and global peace.


The relentless engine of human reproduction adds a billion more people to the planet every eleven years -an unprecedented rate of growth. Population surges, increases in consumption and the acceleration of ecological changes to the globe have conspired to drastically reduce our time frame for response to environmental threats and human rights in North America and around the world.


1ST Sub-topic

*Water- Water scarcity may be the most underappreciated global environmental challenge of our time. Over 1.2 billion people have no drinking water and over 2.4 billion people are without basic sanitation. In the Middle East, China, India, and the United States, groundwater is being pumped faster than it is being replenished, and rivers such as the Colorado and Yellow River no longer reach the sea year round. Over the next quarter century, the number of people in countries unable to meet their domestic, industrial, and agricultural water needs is expected to balloon substantially.

2ND Sub-topic

*Urbanization- By the end of this decade, more than half of the world's population will live in cities, making humanity a predominantly urban species for the first time in its history. Most of the world's cities, however, impose a huge burden on the environment and fail to provide decent living conditions for millions of people. For example, fuels burned in cities generate over three-quarters of the global carbon emissions emitted from human activities and some 600 million to 1 billion urbanites lack adequate shelter and are living without easy access to clean water, toilets, or electricity.


3RD Sub-topic

Climate Changes- The Earth's atmosphere is now warming at the fastest rate in recorded history, a trend that is projected to cause extensive damage to forests, marine ecosystems, and agriculture. Human communities are also threatened by climate change as seas rise, storms become more intense, and episodes of drought and flooding increase. The scientific evidence is now compelling that recent climate change is caused at least in part by human activities, especially the burning of fossil fuels, which has driven atmospheric carbon dioxide concentrations to their highest levels in 420,000 years.



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At EarthKeepers, we believe in the power of education as a tool for change. We've devoted ourselves to developing specialized curriculum and immersive programs tailored to schools, organizations, and agencies. Our focus spans a wide range of critical topics, such as environmental issues and solutions, Indigenous studies, Indigenous culture and history, and sustainability practices.

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Earthkeepers | Honoring Tradition

Our Mission: To promote environmental integrity, deep ecology, community relations, tribal values, and global peace through the manufacturing and distribution of authentic earth-friendly healing products, education, and the honoring of the "grand ceremony of life."

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